As attendees of this year’s Mackinac Policy Conference focused on transportation themes, it’s clear that improving public mass transit is just as important as working to repair roads, according to a panel of experts who spoke at the event.
The amount of venture capital under management in Michigan grew more than 20 percent in 2014, continuing the industry’s strong momentum while creating further need for additional growth to support future investments.
Michigan State University projects another steady year for growth in the state’s $18.7 billion tourism industry.
With Governor Rick Snyder pushing hard for clean energy, MiBiz sat down with energy analyst Sam Gomberg to talk about what it means for Michigan’s energy businesses and the business sector as a whole.
The new in-store locations will increase Huntington’s branch network in the state to 220 locations, raising the bank’s ranking from fifth to third-largest in Michigan in terms of the number of offices.
A number of high-profile developments in Grand Rapids’ central business district took steps forward at this morning’s Downtown Development Authority meeting. The DDA contributed just under $4.8 million to four different projects.
Based on strong hiring for electric vehicle production and the solar industry supply chain, Michigan ranked fourth in the nation in the number of new clean energy and clean transportation jobs in 2014.
Ferris State University’s College of Pharmacy received a $5 million gift from Phil and Jocelyn Hagerman and the Hagerman Foundation.
As a first step in building a safer, healthier work environment, the 10 essential elements outlined here will provide a basis on which to develop a comprehensive Injury and Illness Prevention Program. These programs not only save lives, but also increase morale, productivity and save business costs.
The office furniture held “very steady” as the new year began, according to the latest quarterly activity index from Michael A. Dunlap & Associates.